Bankers, Hear the Signals!

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"The people may freely elect their governors. But the game ends whenever they want to force a redistribution of social wealth-even if the economic systems only function with this redistribution. Democracy is social action, not a gift or a state (of rest). To speak with Goethe, freedom like life must be earned or conquered daily.!...

The pressure on politics will not slacken as long as the crisis is not really overcome and its causes removed."

to read Heerke Hummel's "Bankers, Hear the Signals!" published in November 2011, click on

http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2012/05/415871.shtml

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"THE EXISTING EUROPEAN MONETARY UNION IS A PLUTOCRATIC DEVICE:"

The private banks get money at 1% from the ECB, and lend it back at enormous rates to the sovereign states… Which have no choice, but to borrow more as the old debt rolls out.

says Patrice Ayme in

http://patriceayme.wordpress.com/2012/05/19/merkler/

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